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The future of a huge Argos distribution centre next to the M6 is being reviewed as owners Sainsbury's looks to cut costs.
The supermarket giant bought Argos and Habitat in 2016 and, since a merger with Asda was blocked last year, said in January it needed to spend several months "streamlining its structure".
Now, Sainsbury's said it is reviewing work at the Acton Gate hub near Stafford, subject to consultation, and looking at whether current staff can continue their roles from home or another site in the future.
The Leicester North branch of Sainsbury's is trialling a virtual queuing system which will allow customers to wait their turn to enter the store from their car, a nearby cafe or home.
Customers will be able to join the line and monitor their position using a smartphone app, and will be notified when they reach the front.
This store is one of five nationwide to test the app from today.
Customers without smartphones can be added to the queue by staff.
The supermarket chain said the initiative, which will run until mid-August, will also be piloted at the Uxbridge, Pimlico, Dome Roundabout in Watford, and Newham Royal Wharf stores.